It was just over a week ago when Pat Riley and Dwyane Wade spoke of arguably the seminal moment in the 32-year history of the Miami Heat.
It is the type of moment wiped from this month's sporting calendar amid the ongoing pandemic and concerns of large gatherings.
It was on March 29, 2003, amid the dog days of an NBA season that had the Heat at 22-49.
Riley, then still Heat coach, watched from a health club across the street from the team hotel, on a particularly dreary evening in Milwaukee.
Wade, a junior guard, was at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, his Marquette Golden Eagles about to take the court against the Kentucky Wildcats.